Pro Wrestling

Get a GM For Raw Now!

Steven KingContributor IApril 5, 2010

We've all seen it. Some lousy celebrity comes in and promotes their crap, then leaves for the rest of the show. And if they are there, their taking up valuable time.

Now, I haven't been bothered by the guest hosts that were either former wrestlers or involved with the WWE in the past, but some people should never have been anywhere near a WWE ring.

In my eyes, it's an insult to those who have worked their whole lives to get there and get the WWE to where it is, to have someone who might not even know what WWE stands for and doesn't even know the superstars names. It's just crappy of them to do. (As you can see, it's hard for me to write this without being vulgar. I guess we all have to be PG.)

It's also an insult to the guys and legends who could become GM and get back into the WWE without risking their bodies.

Picture this: Ted DiBiase, the Million Dollar Man and the GM of Raw. Or the Rock returns to the WWE in the GM position. Or "Stone Cold" Steve Austin adds another title to his name: General Manager.

All that would be nice, but I'd settle for Tiffany even, not that she was bad, but it's not the same as bringing back some of the greats.

Call it wishfull thinking, but a boy can dream, can't he? Let's just hope the WWE wakes up and stops being PG influenced idiots who just want to add some star power for a night and they'll want to improve their product.

A star at every other PPV is alright, but they have to get the right person. Unless the WWE wants to compete with Jay Leno for guests.

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